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The natural history of the human species : its typical forms, primaeval distribution, filiations, and migrations / by Chas. Hamilton Smith
Bib ID 4666530
Format BookBook
Author
Smith, Charles Hamilton
 
Description Edinburgh : W.H. Lizars, 1848 
464 p., 34 leaves of plates : ill., ports. (some col.) ; 18 cm (8vo) 
Notes

Added t.p., engraved.

Subjects Ethnology.  |  Ethnology -- Australia.
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